What is a titer?
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If you make an antibody to a foreign substance you have become "sensitized" to that substance. The "titer" of an antibody is a way of expressing the concentration of the antibody in your blood. The titer of an antibody is related to the number of times you can dilute a sample of blood and still detect the antibody.

Here is an example of how the titer (concentration) of an antibody is determined.


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